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PRICE DROP!Honma Tour World 737v 4-PW

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Up for sale is an extremely mint set of Honma Tour World 737v players irons. Some of the softest set of irons I've played. Irons are 4 thru PW  or 10 iron. Been used three rounds and look almost brand new in person.

7 thru wedge have the most usage shown. Will show in pictures.

Trades:
Mizuno MP 18 mbs 4-pw 120-130 x shafts
Taylormade 730 4-pw 120-130 x shafts
Callaway apex mb 4-pw 120-130 x shafts
Mizuno jpx 900 Tour 4-pw 120-130 x shafts
Srixon 945 4-pw 120-130 x shafts

Thanks for looking

1.) Honma Tour World 737v 4-PW (9/10 condition)
Length is 1/2" over standard
Lie angel is 1* flat of standard
Lofts are standard
Shafted with KBS Tour 130x
Lamkin REL 3 Gen (3 Wraps)
$900 $800

 

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